Bush's "Turd Blossom" Karl Rove killed 60 Minutes
Wed Sep 27, 2006 14:24  wrote:

I would LOVE to see links to support this story....that way I could
atleast look into it more....or maybe believe it...

--- In , "S.T.Ill Freeman"


Sep. 26, 2006 -- According to individuals who investigated George W.
Bush's stint in the 147th Fighter Group of the Texas Air National
Guard (TANG), the GOP's top dirty tricksters, notably Karl Rove and
Roger Stone, interceded to derail the investigation and, instead,
have CBS focus on Bush's faxed, scanned, and Xeroxed original TANG
records -- which were later hyped by the right-wing media as fakes.

The reason for the GOP's concern was that the investigation was
getting dangerously close to exposing Bush's suspected homosexual
activity with other members of his TANG unit. Given the times and
culture of the early 1970s, investigators were surprised to discover
Bush's frequent association with an abundant number of gays in the
unit, which was nicknamed the "Champagne Unit." Bush's homosexuality
is the bĘ║te noire of Bush's past for GOP political operatives,
precisely because of the anti-gay stance of the Republican right and
its Christian fundamentalist base.

In 1976, the Bush family sent George W. Bush to El Paso's Worthy
Creations, a Christian gay conversion center. From that time on, Bush
became a tool of the Christian right and a self-hating homosexual.
The investigation of Bush's gay activities in the TANG unit would
have unraveled Bush's new "straight" persona. The GOP went to battle
stations to prevent Bush's past from being resurrected.

Bush's alleged homosexuality in college was hinted at in Kitty
Kelley's massive biography of the Bush family, The Family: The Real
Story of the Bush Dynasty, which was released at about the same time
as CBS 60 Minutes was investigating Bush's National Guard stint. In
the case of Kelley's book and the gay charge, the criticism came not
from the GOP operatives but from their allies in the corporate media,
including the Washington Post's Howard Kurtz, who is married to a GOP

While Bush attended all-boys Andover prep school (nicknamed "bend
over"), Bush, not able to make it as an athlete, instead became a
male cheerleader. At Yale, Bush, according to Kelley, had a "special
relationship" (i.e., gay relationship) with Victor Ashe, his room
mate and fellow cheerleader. Ashe, a former Mayor of Knoxville, is
now Bush's ambassador to Poland. At the Delta Kappa Epsilon frat
house, Bush became known as "a jock sniffer."

Bush's "Turd Blossom" Karl Rove killed 60 Minutes investigation of
Bush to prevent Bush's gay past from becoming 2004 campaign issue.

George W Bush and the F-102
May 28, 1968: Bush enlists as an Airman Basic in the 147th Fighter-Interceptor Group, Ellington Air Force Base, Houston, and is selected to attend pilot ...


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